Ah, first dark pattern discovered. Default search engine is Bing (fine). But when you change it to something else, it actually keeps the search on the new tab page as Bing. And it focuses the search bar when you open a new tab. So you still use Bing even though you don’t want to.
@cassidyjames only the lowest security level of widevine drm works on linux, since there's no protected media path. Some streaming services require higher drm levels in order to get hd streams, and 4k is usually restricted to the highest level, requiring hardware "trusted" compute and protected media.
@cassidyjames OMG you actually installed that crap😉 Just kidding lol I installed the preview on my Windows machine at school (sh, don't tell) when it was first announced last year. I find it to be much nicer graphically than Chrome, though it would still be my third string browser (after Firefox and Brave).
@cassidyjames I'm pretty sure this is a bug. If you change the "Search on new tabs uses search box or address bar" option to "Address bar," it'll use the correct search engine even if you start typing in the box on the new tab.
@cassidyjames Or maybe that option is their excuse for the new tab sarch dark pattern. I'm not sure how cynical I should be yet.
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